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^ ~ “THE UNION, THE CONSTITUTION, AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS.” _
■ Toi.. 1. V). M. RICHMOND, VA„ MONDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1865._PRICE: FIVE CENTS.
^ PRINTING, Ac.
JOB PlilNTING
NEATLY EXECUTED AT THE
[ WHIG JOB OFFICE,
• COR. GOVERNOR & FRANKLIN ST9
RICHMOND, VA.
14 THE LYNCHBURG VIRGINIAN,
l \ THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED JOURNAl
‘ \ IN VIRGINIA,
OFFSR.9 great »d*»r.r ges as r.n adeertis’nj
me iia ti. It« rirctil .lion is larger than the
of any paper publish*- treat of Richmond ar><
the n"h rcantiy la wl. *h It rlrraiates— bn! Lttli
imp .verithed by the war— as--e- <» a very vain
able auxiliary to the •• e-euant- and baaineat me:
R of ;i 1 o to extern
W tb*ir btutares by advervuine. It will soon be eu
■ larged .nd improved, ao as to m ke U cne of tb
v »ojr imposing paw * in »’:** South.
CHas. W. BUTTON
rjew—dim hapiitar.
THE LYNCHLTRG REPIBLICAN
ONJ OF THS
Oldest EttablKhrd .lonrnr.ls In
lirginir..
QFFEES UNUSUAL ADVaSTaOES AS
AN ADYE JISING MEDIUM
ITS CIRCULATION is LARGE AND
STEADILY 1NCRE \SINtR
AAi b» tho bus u. ti xrea of touthw, it Vlrglnii
la patroniced more entendre y than
any 'th-r p per
THE Merchant* cf E. e-mond »~d eliewber*
dealrccs of rec .»;rg tve valuable trade c
tbit tectloa of aoutbw: t Virgin s. will 2nd i
greatly to tl elr lateres’ to m»ke thenuslrc
licw j throegh
Tit £ RI PUSLIIA>.
ha ra’e.s f r utaaiet t ivoni eg a;e almiHrt'
those of other pa,<r» io the State. Whoa adeer
CLteman'- tr# iuaerVr.1 lor a a rth r 1 >r & lee.
period, t ro.; llfce- 1 ded-.-tlon wil* t e ru-v!»
Pre-putt rt.
Lyxehbnrg. June. 1965. J*i 14—Vsa
VTOiE for
• HENRY X FLLY30N
THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE
FOB SHERIFF.
is**-* |
kr— F\PRR»S COHPATfES.
SOUTHERN EMES"C0mX¥
Ur Tick i
Corner 10th nnd M ila Street*.
THE SOUTHERN* iXP.vEaS COMPANY fcavi
opened cuttiinunie*'. on to
STAUNTON AND ALL POINTS
On the Vi.g ruii Central i.ai rwau. A so.^ P»rws
borg. D i.Tilie Lyn .fcoarg at>d boy and South t<
0 eennboro*. Kairlgh. C trotti co
Ita aD.V'IS AN.i HAkNOEN EXPRESS COM
PAN US. Vat-jabi** and p ok geanatexteed
lag twerty poandt faticard by rv.-oad a d wa
g„n line to
CjLU.UBTA
aUGU.vta.
ATLANTA.
COLUMBUS
macon
and*othpe point? Sou b.
All G*?oc s thipped by the Adim' and F irndcn’i
Expreex Coo paules, ud murged to tbe can
Southern Exp.-*a CotnjA.'.y, w U be prompt'.” for
warded to de-t.n >ti n. j>l— l:a
ITIIliliTI, Ac.
Iviiw YORK A.M» TIWGlhtl
jN| 3 KAMiH 1* uMPANY—laEOL” LINF
-giMli WEE KEY V. A MAIL 1
TWEEN >r.W Yu K AND VhtwISlA—Ties*
* ele„ .
■ atye:
W pnbllc. they > v* New York, f.o Pier 21
¥ Sort i ft ver • v . ••
t
eeery T .e*day aid 'a*cr l .y mo i iug atS. clock
by w
Wnhon'a wl . ..
say > Cue rr on * ;r| -xcnrion t ckct- siuei
at" reduced n . l‘o c r u inn.u.iat.or.,
naio p tae l FwigTn *o.icitihlea:h way. Freigbi
reoel?*d every d iy la the week.
(JAR .Lf 1' WATS iN, As-at,
Jyll Office its l.ediarn A Wataun’a warehouse
RA1LKOADS, Ate._
(JRj.NOE A ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD.
Tins KO.il* la fir c 'IP pie ted n Cal
pep«r Coa l Uau-e, and r du.iv train will tx
run tj that po nt. e ving Gotd>niTire at 1 16 P
M. or on urrietil oft a.ax lrom Staunton aci
lUchtnond ; returning » ili leave Cnlpepsr at S3i
A. St , arrlvl ic at Gordo aae lie lu utnj to connec
■with the Eastern ut. W -tern traicsoj* V.w Cent
ral Bead. JAMEa A. EVANS. Agtnl
0. 4 A. R. R.
GoKOot»jfiu.r July 6th. 186C._(yS—ita
Orytra Ricaxot-s 4 FsTE*»iciiO I*. R Co.,*
KiCHStusP Ju y 5 1355. $
A LIMITED quantity of freight will b* trua*
r\, ported ovtr this r.^d by Passenger lr»;U4
3or»e ■- ce <nu?t be a re . u-■? to receive ah ip
men a in all caue. »»(.eight w.:l be delivered or
its arrive! at the ata .o. * and the Company wll
not*be reepoasitde when i w not c.utatd on am
val. Freight to be prepaid.
E. If. GILT,.
Jy6— 2w • (l-.neral Sup't.
Office Ekbstonff* Pft JUilboud > o..*
iijchtnonJ. July A lt>6.r>. i
ON AND AFTEK'TRIa ii vTF. AND CNTII
further notiea a pe?ee ij?*t train for Piter?
burg wll. leave Manchester Cro.??ing d* ly at •
P. 51, Beto'n>ng. it will arrive at Mancheatei
' ’ Crowing at 10 A. 51. £ H. GILL,
im General Superintendent.
COiOtEt DCkK t.n s
AMERICAN UNION
Patent Portable Buildings,
Cettnzr^ for the Seas Je, the Mountains, th<
o~pi.elation Ofllccs. Warehouse- ant
Beading* of any -.lac or stylo made ia section!
oa<kr this Patent, convenient for transportalioi
and caa be qnickiy se: np by peopla oftrdnar
talent without ndug n .;ls or screw*. They an
SAMPLE, NEAT AM) SUBSTANTIAL
Cottages coal #900, $250,1575, #3o0 and np
Vania, pack-.d ready for ihip-vetiL A p!*u
Cottage. 15x16 feet can be load-d on a two
horse Inmoer wagon- w-lgl'* about two ’.hou
eaau pound*, and "OtTs 121-v delivered at lh<
railway depot in Patterson. N. J.
This system of Por.alle Bull- .ug 1* acknow
ledge d to be the b«*st in world, and ia very con
eenicnt for persona wishing to make lemporar
W«iden<«. Au-. being quickly set up, and can K
taken dowu and set np again w<thontloas o
damage to the ma erle! . T: * system eun alw
he used in the erection of buddings for perma
nence. either plain or in ityle most al«n<i\-ate.
gpiondid tor small fsney building*.
Basket Blinds. Doors and other prepare)
Bnlldlng Materials of the best quality can b
fhrniehea to order.
trT£B'rs-CAsn._a
Forprices of Por able Buddings or Material
•end plan or description, aad for Patent Bight
* m ifoEBMok,
JSStJP"*
CASH PAID FOR
Bones Rags, Old Iron, Copper
Brass and Lead.
ia wholesale qoant tiea by nl?rr.
FABIAN, RYAN & FARKtLL,
•t their store. No. 14. Fifteenth Street
* between Main and Cary or
Wharf at Bockoite. next Canal Loci
r fm~ la
mi'BAMCE.__
MONTAGUE & WHITALL,
(tAt« or the mercBakts’ iyscRAHor*ooKrxNT
or aicBMOMP.)
Fire, Marine and Life Insurance
agents.
Lowes promptly adjusted tad paid Rt this
AOExcr.
OfBreNo. *91 UalaNt , Jua* below
the hpotswood Hotel.
je34—1m
FIRE INSURANCE.
■ 1 WE I'NilO* F1KE nSIBAUCE
COMPANY,
s\0 F BALTIMORE.
WILL AJChURE property in R'cbmond and
v einitjy against ioaa or damage by Are, on
i cs l»»crable tonns as other good aiid solvent
. companies. \
, The following it \ list of the Directors, all of
whom are well knowff-H) many oi the Merchants
of Richmond as men of 5s.eans and of good stand
ing ; \ -
Channcy Brook*. Wuliotn Chestnut,
1 Comas Y. Cauby, Simon Parkhnnst,
i W ,l,!am Bridges, John C. bridges.
James O. Spear, William P. lentz,
Joseph Mart ho vs, John Turnbnll, Jr.,
Jehu ft. Howes, . John Bh Hurgt.
Jchn Coates, President,
Otis Steak, Secretary.
Having been appointed Agfnt of the above
Company, I am prepared to issue Policlea, and
ho . ,t from my friend* a share oft' eir patronage,
i Claims wii! have my peisenal uttentiou.
Office UW, Main over Mitchell & Tyler'a.
16—»* WILLIAM WILL IS, Jr., Agt.
Citizens’ Fire Insurance Co.,
i NEW YORK.
lYCOUPOKATiD 1836.
Capital, • m m m 300,000 OO
lleaerTe, • • ■ -4143,437 04
iiset., • ■ • ■ dSS,437 04
t JAMES M. McLEAN, • • • President.
EDWARD A. WALTON; • - Secretary.
DAS’L BUBNETT, • • Vice President.
agists
BARNEY A BROOKE:
Maury & Co,
( aa». 0. Baf.vit,
! Bosr. T. Bbooke late Secretary of the BI h
moud Fire Association. my 30—tf
»IRAKI A BROOKE,
i INSURANCE AGENTS. •
Office wst'u R. a. At ACHY A CO., Doanan’s
Bonding.
CHA3. 0. BARNEY,) Qovernor St.,
R. H. BROOKE, $ Richmond, Ya.
my23-3m_
LYMIK1XCE COMPANY OF THE
STATE OF VIRGINIA,
Office over Nitrhei A Tyler***
NO. 108 MAIN STREET.
THIS COMPANY haa yet a good capital left
from the the late wreck, and hare resumed
ns'oess at the;r new Office, No. KKJ Main Street,
first floor above Mitchel A Tyler’s store.
The old friends of the Company and the public
are requeued to call on them for Insurance us
heretofore. , .
' Policy holders are hereby notified to bring their
policies promptly to the office of the Company
1 sad hr.ve them endorsed good for proper amounts
in current funds.
JOHN L. BACON, President
W*. H. CBRtsvtaK, Secretary.
I RicaitOKb, May 6ih, 1865.—3m
MAHi FACTVHLKS.
HZZLNFS 7“
WHOLESALE AH© RETAIL
Camlv Xauifactorr,
(J90 Broad st„ three doors above
1mt st, .Yortli Hide.)
Persons de-droua of purchasing will find it to
their advantage to call and examine for them
so.vos before buying elsewhere. Je23—lm
U. H. ft bodes & Co.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
! UHODES'SUl’Kli-pnOSPHATE,
The Standard ••anu;e.
OFFICE, 8d SOUTH ST., BOWLEY’S WHARF,
fl&liimorc.
SCnAEB. KOHLER A CO„
Male Agents Tor Richmond, l a,
| Who wil! supply Commission Merchants and
Planters,
. Jel3—Am
4 O.PAKTHERSHIP M©TICES.
IJO-PAKT.YEK8U1P VOT1CE.
TO RAILROAD COMPANIES. BUILDERS AG
KICULTUBISTS AN U 01 HERS.
The undersigned, having purchased the estab
lishment of Is»ac J. M»rcer, on the cornet of Co
i usl and 7th els., have associated themselves in
i'ji nee-, under the style of TANNER A EBBBI.S
or the purpose of manufacturing articles requied
by the Architectural. Railroad andother interests,
an l they are now prepared to execute order* for
• the following:
Cast-Iron Fronts and other Casting for bulldints
Castings of Iron or Brass, for Railroad, Agricui
. tural and other purpose*.
Blacksmith*' work of ah kinds,
I Saab. BiinCs and Doors of all sire* and from the
btst material.
From ionir eXDeritnce in similar business, thev
feel assured ot their abilitv to render tatlsfactlon.
! W.M. E. TANNbJt,
Jy7—lw»J. 0. EH BETS.
NOII< E.«-»The firm of Branch, Mort n&
Co., 19 this dav dissolved by mutual consent.
In settlements either partner wl'l sign for the
era.. THUS. BRANCH & SONS,
of Petersburg,
J. B. MORTON.
1 July 6th, 1865.
Thoe. Branch ifc Sous, of Petersburg, will be
‘ leprrscnted in Richmond by das. K. Branch, on*
, dar the style of
TIIOM. HK.vMII A CO..
1 BANKER- AND DE*LEK-> IN C*’IN, STER
LING, EXCHANGES AND BANK NOTES.
They will allow interest on deposits, negotiate
• loan % and bay and sell stocks.
Offics 69 Main street (sonthside,) five door*
above l&tl street.
In withdrawing from the firm, 1 respectfully aak
) the continued patronage of my old friend* and
r corvspoadenti to Messrs. Tuoi Branch A Co.
» JNO. B. MUBTJN.
Thomas B. Branch has tbb day been admit
ted as a partner of
THOS. BRANCH A SONS.
■ Bulletin and Republic copy. J\6—lw
1 REMOVAL.
I* >EMOVaL- f. lacbb, undertaker, has he
l moved to ibe corner ot Broad and Ftm -treats,
Irwin Third and Broad -treat. Ho is prepared to furaUh
111'RIALCASES and COFFINS, and toreador all tbo
service* pertalnlngto the bunloos. of Undertaker, on
raa-oaablo term* JyJ—lm
Bit rnk, lahimetc
3 keg* fresh Mountain Butter
do keg* choice O (■lieu Butter
50 kega pure L*af Lard
90 bbla pure Cider Vinegar
10 bbls anperior Rye Wiilaky
100 kegs O d Dominion Nalls
On consignment and for sale by
MINOR 1 JONES.
Jy&—it No.« 16th street.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
J. S. MICHAKD,
DENTIST.
0 FFIOS:
HU Main, between 7th and Sib
Street*
my 13—2m RICHMOND, Ta.
DR. JOHN MAHONY, Surgeon
Dentint, (for many yean associated with
Dr. John U. Wayt 1 wonld respectfully inform hia
old patron?, and a. I others who may need hi* ser
vices, that in consequence of the destruction of
his office by the great lire he has opened en of
fice at hii residence on Fourth street, between
Broad and Marshall, where he can befonnd at all
hours. Artificial Teeth Inserted on gold, silver
and vulcanite. The highest price paid for old
Gold Plate.niy X)-dl2m
Dental nw tic;e—g. w. joNEs,sur.
geoa Dentist. Having had his office
destroyed by the late fire, announces to his
former patrons and all others desiring his
professional services, that he has opened an
office on Main street, two doors from corner of
Sixth, opposite the Arlington House. Is no.
prepared gently and thoroughly to fill, cleanse,
extract, and regulate the natural teeth, and to
insert artificiafones, from one to a full set, on
the gold or vulcanite plate. mylfi—3m
COM MISSION MERCHANTS, Ac.
"ToOKERTkERR & LYON,”
Produce Commission Merchants,
(Office for the present with Mess;*. Harveys A
Williams Shorkoe Slip)
Messrs bookeb, kekh a lyon would
respectfnlly annonneo to their friends and
the public generally that they have taken, f »r the
present, an office at above, where they will be
pleased to see their friends and customers. They
will pay particular attention to the tale of ail
kind* of I'oO’txt PnonrcE, and hope by utrict
attention, to merit a continuation of the patron
age so liberally extended before the evaluation of
the city._ jy7~lm
HARVEYS & WILLIAMS,
Grocers and Commission Ner*
ehuuls,
SHOCKOE WAREHOUSE,
OFFER their service* to their friends and the
public generally for the sale of
ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE,
And aro prepared to ftirnieh GROCERIES as
wanted.
Taah adrancea will ha made on consignment*.
They hare now on hand and fur sale, Baron
Side®, Hams and Lard.
A. F. HARVF.Y.
JNO. D. HARVEY.
Jelft—lm_JNO. H. WILLIAMS.
rABIA.^, KVAX Sc I IRKELL,
General Commission merchants,
No. 14, 16th Strkkt,
Advances made on consignment® to our friends
la New York and Boston.Je7—6m
NOKKIN Sc IIALDWLX,
18 HanoTor Ntreet, Baltimore,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
1X>R the sale of Cotton Ynraa, Oznabnrga,
Sheeting and .Shirting, Fulled and Plaid
Lindseys, Domestic, Cotton and Woolen Gooda
gom rally.
ALSU.
Particular attention paid to the rale of Cotton.
Liberal cash advances made on goods In hand.
We promise to our consignors prompt sales at
highest market prices.
liefer to any ol the Banks and drygoods lob
bing merchants of Baltimore j also H. L. Kent,
ana E. B. Bentley, Richmond Va.; Hill, War
ren A Co. and Mcllwain, Son A Co., Petersburg,
V*. _jeft—3m
CLAIBORNE BARKSDALE,
(Fobmiult Wii hams A Babibdalx.)
TOBACCO AND PRODUCE
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Office at Christian, Lea Sc Co.,
No. Haim Mtreef,
llicbmoad, Vu.
Solicits consignments. Orders promptly at
tended to.my 37-2m
HALT LIQUOKS, *c._
Dunlop’s Celebrated ales
(UtTABLlnUhU 1800.)
WILLIAM MARK,
(SUCCESSOR TU A A. DUNLOP.)
Brewer ol XX, XXX Export, East
India, Iturton Alev and
Ntont Porter, ._
EXPRESSLY FOB THE SOUTHKRN MARKET.
Brewery, 49th street. Depot, No. 67 Watt st.
CHA.t. 8. 8H tRP, Wholesale Agent,
No. 2 Broadway. New York
For sale by FABIAN, RYAN A FaRRE^L,
je7—Cm 8olo Agents, Richmond.
" ALEN- * * • * 1 *
t « » • «
+ » • * *
' MACPHERSON A DONALD SMITH,
(I ate styled Smith A Brother,)
New York.
BREWERS OF
EAST INDIA AND BITTER PALE ALES,
FOR CITY AND SOUTHERN USE.
These Ales are of improved quality, brewed
with great care ple.ssnt, nutritive and strength
ening, and can be relied on for purity.
Brewery, We«t 18th at, between 7th and 8th
avenues.' [ j>7—3m
■'■w——aw*
LIVERY STABLES.
EXCHANGE Livery and Sale
Stable*, on Franklin, between 14tli and
loth street*.—The subscriber has thoroughly re
fitted the.above Stables, and is now prepared to
accommodate the pub lc, having secured No. 1
Ostlers end the beet proTender and feed the mar
ket affords.
By giv ng them bis personal attention ; he is
determined to make it to the interest of the public
to i atronise him.
JOHN B. DAVIS. .
For Provender and Grain delivered at the Sta
bles, I will pay the market price In cath.
mv2St—d i it &en4m J. B. D.
■ ■ i ■■ .a i——
COAL MERCHANT*.
cTover hill COAL
THE undersigned Is prepared to famish fami
lies and others with the above coal.
Office at I. H. Walks's store. No. IS West Vain
street. D. S. WOOLDRIDGE,
je7—3m Treat’r Clover Hill R. B. Co.
... ■■■*
MISCELLANEOUS.
CHEAP DRY GOODS,
JUST opened at No. 30 Main Street, a
well selected stock of
Staple and Fancy Dry Uoods
In Calicos, Ginghams
Do Latnes, Barages
Mourning Goods, Jacconetts
Dotted and Plain Swiss
Cottons, Table Linens
Towels and Napkins
Bed sheetings, Pantaloon Qoods
Ladies* Hats, Ribbons, Hosiery, Ac.,
At prices to salt the times.
GEO. JACOBS A CO.,
jo29 39 Vain street.
Li mber, lime and nails.
50 bbls of No. 1 Baltimore Lime
100 keg* Nails,
50,000 feet White Pine Ceilings,
26.000 do do do Floorings,
25 000 do Yellow do do
Partitions, Sidings and Dressed Lumber of the
best quality, constantly on hsnd and for sale by
SMATTUCK A CO..
i at Messrs, Green A Allen’s Lamber Yard,
j«9l—la com07th and Grace streets.
BAil BAS* BKUHliKX, «C.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF RICHMOND.
HAMILTON G. FANT. President.
NATHANIEL AUGUST, Ctshier.
DIRECTORS.
Franklin Steams, Charles Palmer,
Horace L. Ken!, Wellington Goddlu,
H. G. Fant, Wm. L. Hodge,
John E. White, Thor ,s McCormick.
U. a DEPOSITORY AND FINANCIAL AGENT
OF THE GOVERNMENT.
AGENTS FOB THE U. S'. »-30 LOAN.
A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF NOTES KEPT ON
HAND.
THIS BANK will receive DEPOSITS, end give
prompt attention to the account? of business men
and firms.
Furnish Exchange and make collections on all
the principal cities in the United States and Eu
rope.
Advances made on Foreign B'lls of Exchange,
Gold, Virginia and North Carolina Coupon Bond?,
and all Securities having a marketable value in
Northern cities
GOLD AND UNCURRENT MONEY BOUGHT
AND SOLD.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, 1
Ornci op Comptsou.es op the Ockuexct,>
Washington, Muy 5d. 1866, )
WHEREAS, by satisfactory evidence pro,lent
ed to the undersigned, ft ba.s been in..do to
appear that the First National Bank of Rich
mond, in the City of Richmond in the county of
Henrico and State of Virginia. lias been duly or
ganized nnder and according to the requirements
of ttxi Act of Congress entitled “A n Act to pro
vide a National Currency, soenred. by a pledge
of United States bonds, and to provide (or the
circulation and tedempt on thereof," apuroved
Jnn« d 1864. and has corapl.od with eli Hie pro
visions of said Act required to be complied with
before commencing the business of Banking un
der said Act:
Now, therefore, I, Freeman Clarko, Comptrol
ler of the Currency, do hereby certify that tho
First National Bank of Richmond, in the City
of Richmond, in the oounty of Henrico and State
of VtrglnU, is authorised to commence the busi
ness of Banking nnder the Act aforesaid.
In Testimony Whereof, witness my hand and
seal of office this third day of May 1868.
[L. A] FREEMAN CLARKE,
Comptroller of the Currency.
lalQ_it 1m
NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK
OP RICHMOND,
A. VANCE BROWN, • • President,
h. B. SMITH, .... Cashier.
DIRECTORS.
Isaac Davenport S. C. Robinson,
W’. B. Jones. S. B. Adapts,
Wm. Beers, R. B, Smith,
Oscar King, H. M. Banney,
A. Vance Brown.
VALENTIXt’3 BDILDIN »,
Corner 9th and Broad streets.
Agent for the United Dtates Scven-thirly Lo$n.
ri>Hls Bank will receive deposits, cisconut loc»
X and inland bills and notes, deal in ail classes
of Government securities, Foreign and Domestic
Exchange. Gold and Southern Stale Coupon
Bonds and Bank Notes, on favorable terms ; make
collections on the principal cities of the United
States and Europe. •
Will cheerfully furnish all information in re
gard to Government loans.
Treasury Department, )
Office op Comptroller or the Currency,>
Washington, May 16tb, 1865. )
Whereas, by satisfactory evidence presented
to the undersigned, It has neon made to appear
that the National Exchange Bi.uk of Richmond,
Va., in the City of Richmond, in the county of
Henrico and Si to of Virginia, has been duly or
ganized under and a coruing to the require.nents
ot the Act of Coug css entitled “ An Act to pro
vide a National C'nrrenov, secured by a pledge of
United States bonds, and to provide for the cir
eolation and redemption thereof," approved June
3. 1864, and has complied with all tue prov cions
of said Act required to be complied with before
commencing the business of Banking under said
Act:
Now, therefore, I. Freeman Clatke, Comptrol
ler of the Currency, do hereby certify that the
National Exchange Bank of Ri hinond, Va.,lu
the City of Richmond, in the county of Henrico
and State of Virginia,is authorized to commeoco
the business of Banking under tne act aforesaid.
In testimony whereof witness my hand end
seal of olHce, this 16.h day of May, 1865.
(L. S.] FI:REMAN ULAuKE,
jel2—2m Comptrol.er of the CuiTuUty.
THE
National Bank of Virginia,
AT RICHMOND.
1'n pi till, - Half Million.
United States Custom House—Entrance on Bank
street.
8. T. Spit, President,
Gko. T. Mat. Vice-President,
John B. Morton, Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
Lewis D Crenshaw, Chas, T. Wortham,
A. F. Harvey, E. 0. NolUog,
B: nben Ragland, David Currie,
John B. Morton, S. T. Suit,
John M. Lamb, Cbas. Gallagher,
Geo. W. Giillam, Robt. W. Hughes.
Geo. T. May. .
Government Depositary and Financial -Agent
of Jay Cooke A Co. for tLe U. H. 7-30 Loan and t
Exchange on Europe and all the Northern cities
bought and sold at the lowest rates.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT. i
Orncx or Comptroller of the CrRRKNCY;>
Washington, Muy 9th, 18C5. )
WHEREAS, by satisfactory evidence pre
sented to tho undersigned it has been made
to appear that tho National Bank of Virginia, of
Richmond, Va., in the City of Richmond in the
county of Henrico and State of Virginia, lias
been duly organized nndor and according to the
requirements of the Act of Congress entity d “An
Act to provide a N tional Currency secured by a
pledge of United States bonds, and to provide for
the circulation and redemption tuereoi, approv
ed Junes, 1864, and has compiled with all the
provisions of said Act required to be complied
with bi-fore commencing the business ol' Banking
under said Act:
Now, therefore, I, Freeman Clarke Comptrol
ler of the Currency, do hereby certify that tho
National Bank of Virginia, of Richmondj Va„
in the City of Richmond, in the county of ilonrf
co and State of Virginia, is author! red to com
mence the business of Banking under the Act
aforesaid.
In testimony whereof witness my hand and
seal of office, thia ninth day of May, I860.
(L. 3.1 FREEMAN CLARKE,
Comptroller of the Currency.
TREASURY OF THE UNITED STATES, 1
Division or National Banes, >
Washington, May 9, 186b.)
It la hereby certified that the National Bank of
Virginia, of Richmond, Va., a Banking Assocla
tion organized under the Act “To provide a Na
tional Currency, secured by a pledge of United
States Bonds, and to provide for the circulation
and redemption thereof.” approved Jane 3, 1864,
having complied with the requirement* of soction
45 of said Act and with the regulations of this
Department made in pursuance thereof, lias thia
day been designated as a Depositary of Public
Moneys, except receipts from Customs, and by
virtue of auen designation will also bo employed
as a Financial Agent of the Government.
p. E. SPINNER,
mylu—9m Treasurer U. 3.
BOAPN, CANDLES.
,T. C. HULL’S SON,
(Formerly W. Hull A Hon,)
• NEW YOKBt,
Begs to offer above GOODS of bis manufacture
and now for aale by
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n /iFiii'n Aiff r*niiaxt;uiE. vaH)
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Mika collections on all accessible points, bay and
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AUTHORIZED MILITARY
AND
TAVAL AGENTS,
Sri Penn. Avenue, cor. of 7th St., end 2! Fosn. Av.
(Opposite State Department),
Washington, d. c.
J. Daxist.e, H. L. ShshwooD,
1m;§ Gt/t. V. S. A. J Lott (1. Af. U. S. A.
AVe would Inform ell MILTTAP.Y OFFICERS, wheth
er In or out of the service, that wo have baa large ex
perience lu the SETTLEMENT OF THU ACCOUNTS OF
OFFICERS with th* Government, cud have apartoct
knowledge of wuat U inquired and accepted In every
given ex-';. Wa procure certificate* of Non-iudehied
net ., and rend them to Officers, ao that they may get
.heir pay In their own District, when mustered out ol
tbo service, or collect tholr pay hero for them, If ore
fetred. la tbe Uttercase, tbedrattsarc obtained from
the (I. S. Treasury, and mane payable to the order ol
th: Oldccr. ao then) la little or no danger of low. We
so.rie all classes of Army and Navy accounts, collect
back pay, Bounty, Pension and Prize money, wltb
promptness and despatch
Wo also give special attention to the claims of all
loyal clllrens, for properly taken or destroyed by the
army, collect or purchase Quartermaster'* vouchers,
and prosecute clsin-a before the Court M Claims. We
require no a'vanoo oe, and all Information givon free
ot charge. Our ordinary Tee for settling Officers’ Ac
counts L 725, payable upon tbe settlement of the ac
count.
ilartniscxs.—-Hon. Alex. Ramsey, Senator from
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FINANCIAL.
I S 7-30 LOAN?
The Buie of tho first series of |3U0 000 000 of the
7-30 Loan was completed on the 31st of March.
IS65. The sale ol the second series of Three Hnn.
rf.rcd Millions, payable three years from the 18th
day of June, 1666, was begun on the 1st of April.
In the short space of thirty days, over One Hun
dred Millions i f this scries have been sold—leav
ing this day -less (ban Two Hundred Millions to
be disposed of. -The interest is payable semi-asr
nnally in currency on the 16th of December and
15th of June by Coupons attached to each note
which are readily casaed anywhere. It amounts to
0 ie cent tier day on a $50 note.
Twocen!#’* ** “ $100“
Ten “ . $500 “
20 " “ " “ $1000“
$1 “ “ “ “ $5000 "
More and nlore Desirable
The Hi-bell ion is suppressed, and tho Govern
ment has Already adopted measures to reduce ex
penditures as rapidly as possible to a peace foot
ing. thus withdrawing from market as borrowei
and purchaser.
This is the ONLT LOAN in MARKET now offered
uy inti uoyeruiuwni, buu couswmes iue uhaat
popular loan or the people.
The Seven-Thirty Notes oro convertible on tbeli
maturity, at the option of the holder, into
I'. H. 5-24) Six per cent.
GOLD BEAUINti BONOS.
Which ore always worth a premium.
Frt e from Taxation.
The 7.">0 Notea cannot be taxed by Towns, Ci«
ties, Counties or Stater, and the interest is not
tnxel unless on a surplus of the owneis income
exceeding six hundred dollars ft year. This fact
increases their value from one to three per cent,
per annum, according to the rate lovied on other
property.
Subscribe Quickly.
Less than $200,00c,000 of the Loan authorized
by the last Congress are now ou the market. This
amount, at the rate at which it is being absorbed,
will all be subscribed for within two months,
when the notes will undoubtedly command a pre
mium, as has uniformly been the case on closing
the subscriptions to other Loans. It now seems
probable that no considerable amount beyond4he
present series will bo offered to the public.
Iu order that citizens of every town and section
of the conntry may be afforded facilities for ta
king tbe loan, the National Banks, State Banks
and Private Bankers throughout the conntry have
generally agreed to receive subscriptions at par.
Subscribers will select their own agents, in whom
they have confidence, and who only are to be re
sponsible for the delivery of the notes for which
they receive orders.
JAY COOKE,
jv4—2m .Subscription Agent, Philadelphia.
EDUCATIONAL.
Hollins institlte-bote
TOUtt * BPING3, YA.-The exercises 0/ this
institute t ave not b en interrupted by the war.—
Its next regular sesdon will open on the 20th ol
July, and continue Txx Months. Young ladies
are charged from the time of entrance to the
close of each half session.
Entrance fea 1125 in Specie, oa IT3 equiva
lent Pupils furnish towels, sheets and lights.
Address CHAS. L. OOCKB, Soph, ’
Jy6—2w* Botetourt Springs, V»,
RICHMOND WHIG.
MONDAY MORNING.JULY 24, 1865.
Policy, Fears and Feelings of the
Radicals.
VIEWS OF SENATOR WILSON AND
WENDELL PHILLIPS.
The following is an extract from a speech de
livered at a negro celebration of the 4th of July
at Washington -
I want the South to understand that their
black code and their black lawa, and all they
have done to hold men in slavery were abolished
forever with si .very itself ; and I serve here to
day a notice upon then that I have prepared a bill,
which 1 intend to introduce too, on the first day
of the next Congress, for the personal liberty of
every ireedmuntn this continent; and I want
them to understand that I belong to a body qf men
who are accustomed to sltep on the JUld qf victo
ry— a class of men who accept the doctrines of
the New Testament who accept aa the living
faith of tho North American Republic the Decla
ration of Independence—a claasofmen who ro
. urgent the principles of liberty of humanity, of
Justice, and a set qf men who never were and never
can be defeated. (Cheers ) la our ears the words,
the touching words, of Abraham Lincoln
ran forever, that life black man may, in some
hour of future trial, keep the jewel of liberty in
the family of freedom. Mr. Wilson then reviewed
the various political parties with which bs had
been connected at various times, bnt from which
be bad broke when they cess d to cany the
standard of progress to the height he th' aght it
eh uld go, autil at last, said he, alter four years
of bloody struggle I hive see a slavery wiped out
of tbs country, from Cana la to Mexico. Now I
tell you t i-day that, c&stli g party obligations
aside, we stand on the eternal principle of right;
have sworn to stand there to tho cDd of the chap
ter and ao long as there la a right not secured, or
n wrong tinredrcaied these men ere ready, and
will build up and pull down at their pleasure —
And 1 cay to y u that ninety live out of every
huudred of the men who, In November last, voted
to put Abraham Lincoln—Ood bless his name—
In the presidential chair, are stinding to-day
shoulder to shoulder, determined to protect the
fieedm- a of America. Nothing i'b more sublime
than the record of the bUck man in this struggle.
They have stood by onr brave soldiers and sailors
in the thickest lights: th y have guided them
against the enemy; they " have stood by otir
men when fugitives from starving prisons
and given them food. They have stood
by the country faithfully in the hoar of
trial, and the country will stand by them.—
( Jood, good!" and applause). It is said if they
pissesi-ed the tight of suffrage they vould vote
as their former masters dictated to them. If there
ever was au utterance t hat ha'l not the semblance
of truth in it, that is it. I believe if the Govern
ment had told the rebels when it forced them to
lay cown their arms that they most do justice to
the uegio and give him bis franchise, they would
gladly havo done it; nut i am not ncro to ona
fault with the Government and shall keep my
faith in It until It is broken. And I be Ieve tho
President of the United States, who told the
black man in the capital of hi* own Tennessee
that, If no ebe would, be would be tbe Mores, and
be to them what A. Lincoln woo'd havo been to
them had he Inal to carry oat his great aud glo
rious principles. 1 understand they say they hold
the right of suffrage in their binos. I want
them to understand that an act of Congress pro
hibits them from bolding offices under the Gov
ernment, and until justice is done to tbe negro
these gentlemen will go minus the offices. Par
dons won’t glre them to them. I am In favor of
compromises geneially, hot we may accept as a
compromise justice to the negro.
The following letter from Wendell Phillips ex
plains itself '
[From tho Anti-slavery Standard, July 6.]
To the Editor of the Standard :
Let me call your attention and that of the
country to the danger pointed out in the follow
ing extract from tbe letter of an acute and vigi
laut friend:
• President Johnson is rapidly Issuing procla
mations for the roorganiz ition oi the retel States
The Uovernors appointed are old politicians, wi o
know all the ropes, is it cot t heir design, and
will they not be able, before next December, fo
make all their cow constitutions and elect new
Governors and lull congressional delegations 1—
Then what is to prevent those States from pre
senting themselves, fully accredited, on the floor
of the new Congress, and participating in its or
ganization ? They will claim, as President John
son d.es that their states have never b.on out of
the UnLn; that tho Government declares (as it
will) .he rebellion suppres-ed and military occu
p ition withdrawn, and that tney now resume
their relations with the Federal Government,
which has been only temporarily suspended. In
this claim they will be backed by tbe whole pow
er of the administration and this is tho trap to
be sprung on ns. The C.erk of the House, yon
remember, presides until a new Speaker Is elect
ed. It he had firmness enouga to refuse to re
ceive the cwdentLIs of there rebel members, and
to refuse tr count their votes, this danger might
t>e averted. But can we count on so much vir
tue in any politician 1 Wo may peihaps baffle
this plan in the Senate. That body being always
organized, no membor can be admitted without
tbe concurrence of the rest. But how long would
even the Senate stand up agtiust the action of
tne House of Kepreeentatives and enormous pres
sure of every other kind ?
“I believe that this attempt will be made et
the next meeting of Congress. Possibly South
Carolina might os kept out, but even that is
doubtful. I may exaggerate the importance.of
this mutter, but that ihe attempt will be made
there can be no doubt."
The importance of these suggestions cannot be
over-estimated, and every means should be taken
to avert this peril. We have been counting on
the possibility of rallying a majority of tbe legal
ly elected members of Congress to beep the mem
bers from the rebel States out ot Congress, at
least till they consented to certain conaitit ns—
ratifying the anti-slavery amendment and other
matter*. Borne sanguine fr ends believe they can
be k pt out until they asren to give the negio tbe
right to vote. Bnt, according to this rebel plot.
the Souths; n members may enter Congress with
out agreeing to tbe auti-slavery amendment, or
to any other conditions. Oice inside tbe doors,
they a ay take part in all tbe discussions and
voies affecting themselves and their cl-ims, and
may checkmate tbe anti-slavery amendment It
self. In fact, oar fate rests in the binds of tbe
Uerk of the House of Representatives. I know
nothing about him; nut how few men in the na
tion could be trusted to siand firm in sach a post!
The whole North should be roused to guard
.igsinBt this danger. If the rebel States, In thalr
pie>ent mood, c*n, in any way, get inaide Con
gn-ss, and wield eighty four votes there, and mora
especially if they can get there unpledged to any
conditlobs nr.d wield those votes, then truly, the
‘ South will be as strong as ever, and the negro
almost as defenceless.
Yonrs, W«KD«t Pauxire.
SKETCH OF BENJAMIN F. PERRY, THE
PROVISIONAL GOVERNOR OF SOOTH
CAROLINA.
The President, on the 1st Instant, appointed B.
F. Perry, tsq., of Greenville, Provisional Gov
ernor ot South Carolina. When tbe South Caro
lina delegation waited upon the President to
suggest candidates for the important position,
the name of Mr. Perry waa snggested, when the
President remarked, “ I know Mr, Perry very
well.” The public *re not probably bo well ac
quainted with the career of the gentleman, and
we give the following facts regarding him, con
densed from a sketch written by Mr. John Liv
ingston, which we take from Eminent Amarl
can*”:
Governor Perry was birn In Pickens District,
South Carolina, November 30, 1806. He is de
luded from the sime Massachusetts family
which prodneed Oliver H. Perry. His father,
Benjamin Perry, fought in the army of thu Revo
lution. After ibe close of the war he removed
to Charleston, where he married a Miss Ann
Foster, daughter of Lieutenant John Foster, oi
the Revolutionary army, and became a planter.
The aon of this marriaga, Benjamin P. Perry,
spent his youth in the disetict ia which he was
born. He attended school in tbe same vicinity
until seventeen years of age. In 1834 he entered
tha law office of Judge Earle, but finished hi*
law studies in the office of Colonel Gregg, of Co
lumbia, and waa admitted to the bar in 1837.
During the memorable nullification contest of
1833 Mr, Perry edited a newspaper, publiehed In
nuiuncation doctrlDe* of
Calhoun with much ability tad great oerslstane*.
Among other intereatirg arguments which ha
waa forced to deliver wu a ballet In the heart
of a nullification editor who had challenged him,
and with whom the mistaken principle* of chiv
alry compelled Perry to fight a duel. He waa a
deiagate to the Union Con vautlon which assembled
at Columbia in August, 1833. in 1834 he was de
feated by a majority of aixty vote* only as the
Union candidate for Congrees from the Andereon.
Piokena. and Greenville districts. For the two
ye*re following thi* defeet he devoted himself to
the law.
In 183(5 he waa elected to the State Legislature
without opposition, and in 1838 he wsa again re
turned. W hllo holding this office the second time
he became prominent with Memmiugar, lately
rebel Secretary of the Treasury, In closing up the
connection between the State and the bank" whb b
had existed. In 1844 he was elected to the State
Senate. *** the only member of that body
who voted against the expulsion from the Mate of
Mr. Hoar, the Massachusetts State Agent. It la
noteworthy that Memminger was the only member
of the Lower lions* who voted against the same
resolution.
In I860, when the disunion feeling again rose
high, Mr. Perry established a Union paper at
Greenville, and persevered in Its publication,
though at great personal risk. A speech which
be mad* in the Legislature was widely published
throughout the North and South, and was hailed
aa the first ray of light from benighted South
Carolina.
The career of Mr Perry since this period we
are not familiar with. He hat always oiatatala
cd bis positi >n In opposition to the right of -ecev
aloa. In I860 be laughed at the idea of Soatb
Carolina seceding at tnat time, and expra aed the
opinion that ha should live to tee the Mate "one
or the most thorough going Union Mates of the
Republic."- On the adjourunuu’ of the conven
tion without seceding he was t >Id that one half
of his prophecy waa now true. *• Yes" replied
Mr. Perry, •• and the other halt will be »roe. I
shall ytt live to defend the State rights doc’rlnae
of Virginia against the consolidating, centralis
ing principles of South Carolina." On tfi« ques
tion of slavery hie opinion has changed by the
experience of the last tea years He now behove*
the institution to have been a burden to the Soath,
and that, aa slavery caused the rebellion, it is we I
that It is among the things that should perish by
its failure.—New York HtraU.
THE QUEEN'S SPEECH ON CANADA AND
THE UNITED STATES.
Thafollowicg la the text of that part of Us
Queen’* speech at the prorogation of Parliament
which relate* to the affaire of Canada aud the
United States : .,
Her Majesty rejoice* tlat the civil war in North
America baa ended, and she trusts that the evil*
caused by that long conflict may be repaired, and .
that prosperity may be restored in the States which
have suffered from the contest.
Her Majesty regrets that ths conferences and
communications between her Majesty’s North
American provinces on the subject of the union of
to a satisfactory result. Sach a union would
afford additional strength to those province?, and
give facilities for many Internal improvements.—
tier Majesty has received gratifying assurances of
the devoted loyalty of her North American sub
Jecta.
Her Majesty rejoices at the continued tranquility
and Increasing prospetity of her Indian dominions,
and she trusts that the large supply wtilcb thoi.ft
territories wi 1 afford of the raw materia! of manu*
ficturing Industry, together with the termination
of the civil war In the United Mates ot North
America, will prevent the recurrence of the dis
tress which long prevailed among the manufactu
ring population of some of the Northern counties.
APPOINTMENTS OF P08TMaaT**8.—Tfco follow
ing appointments of postmaster* have beon
made:
At Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania county, Ya„
Charles Williams, postmaster.
At Charlottesville, Albemarle county, Va.,
Henrv Maasie, postmaster.
At'Atlanta, Fulton cocnty, Georgia. Thomas
G. Simms, postmaster, in place of Thomas C.
Howard.
At Milledgcville, Baldwin county, Georgia,
Pleasant M. Compton, postmaster, in place of E,
a Candler.
At Macon, Bibb connty, Georgia, J. H. R.
Washington, postmaster. In place of E. L. S.roo
neaker. >
At Huntsville, Madison county, A1 ibama, Haa
ry Barham, puHtmaa.er, in place of W, J. Wind
ham.
At Montgomery, Montgomery cocnty. Ala
bama, W. J. Bibb, postmaster, in place of Thomas
Welsh. *
The New Orleans Picayune says the negro
troops landed at Brazos have been very mutinous
since their arrival at that place. Water be og
scarce, they broke away from all control, board
ed the v*naels lying at Brsaos, and took c sales oat
of some and took others to the Rio Grands to fill
with water, and committed other exco-se*. It
was feared that on their march into tbs interior
they would become far mote mutinous, as thsy
were very Indignant at being sent to Texas.
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